Vivo Y20s launched in Nepal with Snapdragon 460 and Triple Camera
Recently Vivo had launched the new Vivo Y51 and now again here is another Y-series phone from Vivo, the new Vivo Y20s. The Vivo Y20s is a technically an upgrade from the last year’s Y20, but it does not seem like Vivo has done much. The Vivo y20s comes with a snapdragon 460, triple camera setup and other features at a price range of 25k competing with the Redmi Note 9. lets head into the article to know more about the specs, features and Vivo Y20s price in Nepal.
Vivo Y20s Overview
Design and Display
Like you would expect from any mid-ranger, Vivo Y20s sports a 6.51 inch IPS LCD with HD+ display. The phone comes in an aspect ratio of 20:9 and a ~81.6% screen-to-body ratio. The display has a waterdrop notch housing the selfie camera.
Moving on to design, the phone is built-in a plastic frame with plastic back and glass front. The dimensions of the phone are 164.4 x 76.3 x 8.4 mm and weight 192.3g. Despite the 5000mAh battery the phone still has managed to have a lighter body.
Like the recent Realme C15, the Vivo Y20s also has been fueled by an 11nm Snapdragon 460 SoC. The Snapdragon 460 is paired with an octa-core processor with four Kyro 240 cores clocked at 1.8 GHz and four other Kyro 240 cores clocked at 1.6 GHz. Graphics duties of this phone are handled by the Adreno 610 you might have seen in Redmi Note 8 and OppoA9 2020. The performance is decent for daily tasks, but this isn’t a phone to fulfil your gaming needs, don’t even think about it.
Next up is the optics of the phone, the phone has a 13MP wide lens as a primary camera for the triple camera setup. Next two cameras are two 2MP lenses for depth and macro sensor. Vivo could have done a better job with having a dual-camera setup with an ultra-wide lens instead of the gimmicky 2MP lenses. For the selfie, you get an 8MP wide lens housed on the waterdrop notch. Talking about the video capabilities, the phone can shoot up to 1080p at 30fps from both front and rear camera.
Vivo has juiced the phone with a massive 5000 mAh battery and with Snapdragon 460 which is not power-hungry at all, you can get one or two days of battery life depending on your usage. And kudos to Vivo for having an 18W fast charger instead of a 10W or 15W charger you see in most of this segment’s phones.
Sadly, you won’t see much upgrades in the Vivo Y20s from the Vivo Y20, but there has been a spike in the price of almost 5k. The Vivo Y20s price in Nepal is Rs.25,499, which is now available through online and offline retailers.